I was attempting to reinstall Windows 10 for a relative and long story short the partition I created for the bootable disk did not work and instead the installation media wiped the entire drive. Unfortunately my relative had not backed up much of the drive and to make matters worse it was a second hand drive that had not been properly wiped between uses. This means that using recovery software such as EaseUS, Puran or Recuva brings up thousands of files (192,000 in EaseUS) and presented in generic unhelpful folders (e.g, JPG) with their files interspersed with no file names. So does anyone know of a way to recover an entire partition to its previous state, including folders and file names. Sort of like an undo button. The drive has not been used since as to protect the data. My relative does not have a previous save of shadow copy of the drive to restore from.